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Bill on AFSPA defeated in Manipur Assembly
December 24, 2004
member resolution bill seeking to repeal the AFSPA 1958 from Manipur was defeated in the state assembly.
Pondi seeks over Rs 54 lakh from Home Ministry
January 3, 2006
Amount sought for police force infrastructure, which includes upgrading facilities in training
, forensic lab.
Pakistan Islamists refuse to expel foreign students
December 31, 2005
Islamists ruling a Pakistani province have refused to obey a Govt order to expel foreign students enrolled in Islamic sc ...
Pak madrassas vow not to throw out students
January 2, 2006
A coalition of Islamic
in Pakistan vowed to resist a Govt plan to deport their foreign students, calling the pro ...
Public sector joining global HR outsourcing bandwagon
August 12, 2004
Govts all over the world are rapidly going the
sector way in outsourcing key HR and other functions to save cost ...
Pvt players unite against BSNL's discriminatory approach
January 30, 2004
operators raised concerns over BSNL's non-compliance with regard to implementation of Interconnect User Charge.
French Sikhs battle for their turbans
January 13, 2004
As part of a struggle to separate religion from the state, France is poised to pass a law banning religious symbols from ...
Vajpayee seeks another term
May 8, 2004
The Prime Minister asked voters to give the NDA another five years for it to develop the nation into a developed one. He ...
Paswan against disinvestment of steel PSUs
May 24, 2004
New Steel Minister Ram Vilas Paswan has said that the two steel sector companies in the disinvestments list should not b ...
Strike by opposition parties paralyzes Nepal
May 11, 2004
Tourists were left stranded while
and shops were shut in Nepal because of a strike called by opposition politica ...
Strike disrupts life in Nepal
May 19, 2004
Strike called by Maoists disrupted normal life, with major markets,
and colleges remaining shu, even as a bomb e ...
Jharkhand tribals live on with Delhi's sexual perversity
March 10, 2004
agents are luring poor tribal women from Jharkhand with work in Delhi homes where conditions are usually bad and ...
Traffic restrictions during Simhastha
April 1, 2004
PARKING OF heavy vehicles on the Ring Road and use of the AB Road by
passenger buses would strictly be banned fr ...
Polls come as windfall for private sleuths
April 20, 2004
Political parties are hiring
detective agencies to clandestinely figure out strategies of their opponents.
Maharaja Hari Singh
September 8, 2002
From the Dogra lineage, Hari Singh, assumed power in 1925 and ruled till 1948. He introduced many reforms, which include ...
Thai woman commits suicide by leaping into pond of crocodiles
As D-Day nears, here are five things you need to know about India's Mars Mission
Schwarzenegger to I's director: Let's make King Conan, Shankar
Happy New Year music review: It’s a youth oriented trendy album
Dream Delhi home: A sneak peek into new DDA flats
I have breasts, you got a problem? Deepika Padukone tweets reaction to ‘news’ post
Deepika Padukone's cleavage post a 'compliment'? Tweeple don't agree
After beheading Foley, Sotloff and Haines, IS parades British aid worker Alan Hening
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Bipasha Basu's Creature 3D is foolish
500 migrants feared dead in Malta shipwreck
BJP jolted in bypolls, hit worst in Uttar Pradesh
Congress blazes through bypolls without its top guns
Hindu activists thrash MP university VC over appeal to help J-K students
Passengers eject Pakistani politicians out of plane for causing delay
How PM Modi is reaching out to China via Japan
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